The Scriptures implore us to be spiritually minded instead of carnally minded. We are to see through the eyes of the Spirit instead of judging the world around us through a natural, human perspective.
The apostle Paul rebukes the Corinthian believers for acting like children by being carnally minded in their approach to church life and believers around them. In the same manner, we are to seek God's heart and mind and get His divine perspective on people, life and circumstances.
In the latest episode of Awaken Podcast, I explore the power of Psalm 73. The psalmist Asaph confesses his envy as he watches the wicked around him prospering while he was struggling with the trials of life. He didn't understand why people around him who didn't serve God seemed to be flourishing when he wasn't. In his ranting, he then stated that when he entered the sanctuary of God and experienced God's presence, His perception transformed to recognize the ruin that will come upon the ungodly.
Spiritual sight is crucial in these last days so we can see accurately view God during uncertainty and chaotic times. Tune in to gain revelation and insight into how to live from God's perspective.
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